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His creation may be a marked by an awareness of its fragility, but he is not marked by an awareness of sin. After getting around to it, I have come to understand why she, I guess even other religious people, like this book.

You read a poem post which it forces you to interrogate yourself, geetanjali by rabindranath tagore it with yourself to get deeper and deeper to conclude it. I wanted the world to see, I wanted to tell them, this is Gitanjaliand you should read it too.

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One may open to almost any page to experience beautiful poetry like these line from Poem rabindrranath I was having a serious love affair with my new-found favorite book. Written as an Ode to the Supreme Master, these poems highlight the many realizations Tagore had under the geetanjali by rabindranath tagore sky, casting his forlorn eye and pensive heart.

Luckily, I had another old reprint copy so I was able to edit this new one for myself.


His own work plus his translations of poems by his favourite English poets. Thou hast taken every moment of my life in thine own hands.

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Gitanjali is his most famous work. She sat next to me and read a few poems aloud, from her favorite passages she had marked as a child.

Children have rabindrsnath play on the seashore of worlds.

Who needs bible ven v hav got buks lyk des? The Religion of Man. I move aside to avoid his presence but I escape him not.

Poetry intimidated me then and I never tried to take it seriously. It is a remarkable and fascinating reinvention of a classic, which has convinced me once again not only of the work’s place in Tagore’s career but of the unique quality of its vision and music.

Nobel laureate Rabindranath Tagore was one of geetanjali by rabindranath tagore most important writers in 20th-century Indian literature. Tagore received the Nobel in and Yeats in Tagore family Dwarkanath Ramanath Debendranath. View all 13 comments. Bengali-language geetanjali by rabindranath tagore Bengali poetry Poetry collections by Rabindranath Tagore poems poems. Start reading Gitanjali [with Biographical Introduction] on your Kindle in under a minute.

He tells him ‘ I read Tagore,every day to forget the troubles in the world’. My favorite poems are the one involving God as playmate and mother. Geetanjali by rabindranath tagore those days, I used to fall asleep reading it, carry it to my school, read it whenever I was overjoyed,read it whenever any geetanjali by rabindranath tagore of sadness overtook me; the result was the same: Dec 01, Marwa Eletriby rated it liked it.


Sometimes texts have to find you in exactly the right time of your life to make a proper impact. Now that I am finished I wish to read it again When I started this book, I swore I will never read more than pages of it at a time. People ask the seeker about God. Rich in description and emotion, they evoke images of beauty, faith, and joy. These poems are beautifully simple and highly accessible You should read them and experience that joy of reading a mystic yourself, that is all I can say.

And he continues to be a silent source of encouragement to people who attempt to see something beautiful in everything. A confirmation link will then be sent to your inbox.

Thou hast made me endless, such is thy pleasure. She held it with lot of care as it was an getanjali copy and was in a geetanjali by rabindranath tagore shape, as it was subjected to a of lot of re-readings.

Jan 03, Emily rated it really liked it. Published 11 months ago. Ah, why do I ever miss his sight whose breath touches my sleep?

I am already loving this book of poetry, though I fear I will need to read it several times before I can actually say I have consumed it.